You can find us in Campo Santo Stefano n ° 2956/2959

1. “vaporetto” line n. 1 – water bus station “Sant’Angelo”.

2. “ferry” by gondola for those arriving by train station or bus station (Piazzale Roma).

3. “vaporetto” line n. 2 – water bus station”San Samuele” (Palazzo Grassi).

4. “vaporetto” line n. 1 and n. 2 – water bus station “Accademia”.

Arriving on foot from the bus o train station (click here to see the route using Google maps), you can reach us in Campo Santo Stefano n°2956, through the Rialto bridge, both from the Accademia bridge (this is the faster alternative). Otherwise, there you can use the “ferry service” by gondola at San Tomà, or catch a “vaporetto” (line 1 or 2) leaving the station and getting off at “San Samuele” water bus station(3), if you take line 2 stop at Sant’Angelo (1) or if you take line 2 stop at San Samuele (3).

How to get there: itinerary by Ponte dell’Accademia

How to get there: itinerary by Campo Sant’Angelo

Campo Santo Stefano

For many years, Ve.N.I.Ce. Immobiliare Cera s.r.l. is based in Campo Santo Stefano.

This square is located in the St. Mark’s district, a few steps from the Accademia Bridge and it’s easily accessible from the tourist sites of the city, from Tronchetto and from bus and tranin stations.

Campo Santo Stefano is also known as Campo Francesco Morosini, linked to the name of the Doge who lived there during the Seventeenth century. It is one of the largest squares in Venice and precisely because of this characteristic it has been used as the place for hunting bulls, event cancelled in 1802, following an accident which caused the death of several people.

Campo Santo Stefano was also long used to host various events during the carnival season. Among these events: dances, parties and walks on “liston”, a paved positioned at the center of the square and covered with grass, where you could admire the mask during evening and night hours.

Today, this space is still used for the organization of events. In particular, the carnival period Campo Santo Stefano hosts a local fair, and during Christmas there’s a nice market.

Throughout the year, in this area you can admire the statue of Nicolò Tommaseo, intellectual who stood out particularly during the uprising carried out by the Venetians in 1848 against the Austrian goernment.
From here you can sometime hear the notes coming from the Palazzo Pisani, seat of the city’s music conservatory, and you can access the Institute of Science, Letters and Arts at Palazzo Loredan. In addition, you can also admire the Church of Santo Stefano, desecrated 6 times because of the killings and violence committed in it. This Church is characterized by the elaborate portal created by Bartolomeo Bon, by the leaning bell tower and the canal that runs under the altar.

All these characteristics really make Campo Santo Stefano a destination of great intereset. During your visit, you are always welcome in our offices, where you can view our listings of apartments for sale and rent in Venice and receive all the information about the many services we offer.